The Wyndham Grand

offers absolute luxury in superb
rooms and suites that overlook
Chelsea Harbour and Yacht

Very few hotels in London
command views as good as

Chelsea is a highly prestigious
and exclusive part of London  -
loaded with the finest
restaurants and clubs.

The Tate Gallery is just up the
road, and the fabulous stores
and museums of Kensington are
close by.
If you mention to a Londoner that you are staying at Claridges, he/she will immediately know two things about you.
You are very wealthy - and you have impeccable taste!
If Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth didn't already own a house in London - she would probably stay at Claridges.
Absolute perfection!
The Ritz Hotel
offers the ultimate in luxury accommodation and perfect customer service.
The Ritz is possibly the most famous hotel in the world -
and staying here has always been something to brag about.
The Plaza on the River
enjoys a fantastic location on the south bank of the
River Thames, opposite the Tate Gallery.

This all-suite residence/hotel is an especially good
choice for longer stays.
Staying at The Plaza on The River is like having your
own luxury apartment - with the best views in London!
The Dorchester
is the quintessential English luxury hotel.
Ask a Londoner to name London's finest hotel - and
he/she will almost certainly say, without hesitation -
"The Dorchester!"
The Jumeirah Carlton Tower
enjoys an enviable location on Sloane Street, within
easy reach of London's most fashionable shopping
areas - Harrods is steps away.
Great health Club and 20 metre indoor swimming pool.
The Berkeley Hotel
is comfortable, stylish, chic and very luxurious.
Rooms are beautifully furnished in a choice of styles to suit your taste.
London has more five-star hotels than any city in the world - so choosing the top 10 is tough!
We have opted for hotels that offer something extra - above and beyond sheer luxury.

These are our
Top 10 Hotels in London
They are not listed in any particular order. Each of them is a winner in its own right.
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The Langham Hotel
has hosted royalty, VIPs and
celebrities for over 140 years.
The Marriott County Hall
This incredible landmark building was formerly the seat of London's Council.
When Margaret Thatcher was prime minister, she ran Britain, but she didn't run London!
Her arch enemy Ken Livingstone was in charge here, and County Hall was his office - right
across the river from The Houses of Parliament!
Mrs Thatcher couldn't defeat him politically, so she seized County Hall and sold it!
Ken left in a blaze of glory - throwing the biggest firework party in history.
The Top Ten Hotels in London
St Martins Lane Hotel
provides sensational views across central London
from a selection of beautifully furnished suites.
Ceiling to floor windows accentuate the views.

Garden Rooms have private patios lushly planted
with camellia trees, clematis and climbing ivy.
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